This child is buried under a stone placed by George F. Ramsey in memory of his father, William H. Ramsey. The stone was erected for people who couldn't afford a burial or who had no family. There are spaces for 30 graves and each burial is marked by a plate with their corresponding number.
What a beautiful, generous and thoughtful tribute for George to give his father and to those who are fortunate enough to benefit from that generosity.
**Feel free to see the comment on the cemetery photo, regarding these grounds.**
For the burial of unfortunates
Erected by George F. Ramsey
In memory of his father, William H. Ramsey
First President of Greenwood Cemetery Association
And caretaker from it's organization 1888
Until his death 1918.
Unfortunate souls in death sincere
Their seeds of life lie buried here
No sould be barred by sex or creed
As but one God shall reap their seed.
Note: A heartfelt THANK YOU to Robert Adlet for sponsoring this precious baby girl's memorial. A beautiful way to show her she's remembered.
Created by: Cindy - Living To Tell
Record added: May 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37309874